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Specialist Contractor of the Year (turnover up to £25m): Winner
In recognition of an exceptional approach to business and projects – particularly for a company of its size – M J Rooney is deservedly named Specialist Contractor of the Year (turnover up to £25m).
Construction News (register) - Posted 12/03/2018

Specialist Contractor of the Year (turnover over £25m): Winner
The judges were taken aback with the strength of this category, commenting that nearly all of the shortlisted companies would have been worthy winners.
Construction News (register) - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon Winners revealed at Specialists Awards 2018
The winners of the Construction News Specialists Awards have been revealed at a glittering ceremony at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel.
Construction News (register) - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon MP blasts Persimmon boss's £100m bonus as 'impossible to justify'
Persimmon boss Jeff Fairburn has come under fire from the chair of an influential parliamentary committee that is gearing up to interrogate him over his £100million bonus.
This Is Money - Posted 12/03/2018

Carillion 'shelled out' £6.4m to advisers day before it asked Government for £10m loan
'Expensive advisers still pocketed millions while workers risked losing jobs and long-suffering suppliers faced financial ruin'.
The Independent - Posted 12/03/2018

UK factories start 2018 in low gear, construction tumbles
ritish industry kicked off 2018 in low gear and a downturn in construction deepened, according official data on Friday that suggested Britain’s economy remains on a slow path ahead of Brexit.
Reuters - Posted 11/03/2018

Sixty Icon U.K. Lawmakers Angry After Carillion Paid Millions to Advisers
Carillion board sought emergency loan from government. More than $8.3 million paid to law firms, consultants.
Bloomberg - Posted 11/03/2018

Carillion lavished cash on advisers in its final days
MPs have hit out at the board of collapsed outsourcer Carillion after it was revealed that the company paid more than £6m to City advisers just one day before asking the Government for a £10m taxpayer-backed loan.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 11/03/2018

Sixty Icon SIG workers leave business following accounting scandal
Last month the group called in auditors from Deloitte and KPMG after a whistleblower identified issues.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 11/03/2018

Sixty Icon Interserve to offload stake in Edinburgh Haymarket scheme
Interserve has put its stake in the £200m Haymarket development in Edinburgh up for sale as it seeks the reduce its near £600m debts.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 11/03/2018

Sixty Icon McAlpine to finish Carillion Manchester tower job
Developer Select Property Group has replaced Carillion with Sir Robert McAlpine on its two-building Affinity Living scheme on New Bailey Street in Manchester.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 11/03/2018

Grenfell contractor Rydon posts £9m profit
Grenfell contractor Rydon Group delivered an 18% jump in pre-tax profits last year to £9.2m despite revenue dipping 6% to £227m.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 11/03/2018

UK construction sector contracts for ninth month in a row
ONS January data also shows trade deficit widening, raising concerns about robustness of Britain’s economy.
The Guardian - Posted 11/03/2018

Building control officers call for more enforcement powers
The group representing town hall building inspectors has called for stronger regulatory enforcement as a result of the review of building regulations.
Inside Housing - Posted 11/03/2018

PDF: Leasehold high-rise flats: who pays for fire safety work?
Following the Grenfell Tower fire in June 2017 the Government established a Building Safety Progamme with the aim of “ensuring that residents of high-rise residential buildings are safe, and feel safe from the risk of fire, now and in the future.”
Residential Landlords Association - Posted 11/03/2018

Sixty Icon Leashold high-rise flats: Who should foot the bill for fire safety works?
The debate about who is responsible for paying for fire safety works on blocks of flats in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire is the subject of a new paper released by the House of Commons Library.
Residential Landlords Association - Posted 11/03/2018

Bournemouth council to start building new style of eco-friendly homes next week
Work is set to begin on three new eco-friendly council homes in West Howe next week.
Bournemouth Echo - Posted 11/03/2018

NLA Calls for the Government to be Ambitious on Energy Efficiency
The National Landlords Association (NLA) is calling on the Government to rethink their energy efficiency plans for the private rented sector (PRS), describing the latest proposed changes as “entirely unambitious”.
National Landlords Association - Posted 10/03/2018

New homes for Stretham in East Cambridgeshire will be ready to view next month
A landmark housing development in Stretham is set to see another phase of houses launched next month.
Wisbech Standard - Posted 10/03/2018

Groundbreaking ceremony held as construction starts on affordable homes in Lavenham
A groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction work on 18 affordable homes in west Suffolk was held today.
Sudbury Mercury - Posted 10/03/2018

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